Rebellion in Portuguese Africa  

Portugal, the poor cousin of the Western alliance, has over 120,000 troops fighting four wars against nationalist rebels in its African possessions—Angola, Mozambique, Cabinada, and Guinea—at an annual cost of over $132 million. Nearly half the troops are in Mozambique …

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